PLEASE NOTE: tip411 is NOT a substitute for our bully reporting process.
If you need to submit a bully complaint, please use the online form for on our NO BULLY ZONE
Tip411 is a new tool to enhance student safety. It is an internet-based communication system that gives students or any concerned citizen a means to quickly and anonymously report suspicious or criminal behavior at school.
When you submit a tip through any of the options below, it is sent to a 3rd party tip service acting as a privacy buffer between you and the Prosper ISD Police Department to preserve your identity and contact information. If you have a tip for the Prosper ISD Police Department please use any of the options below to help provide important information on crimes or criminals that will help us to keep Prosper ISD safe for everyone.
Tip submissions may not be received until the following day. In case of emergency dial 911.
Tips can be submitted online using the school's "Submit a Tip" button below.
SUBMIT A TIP
Also, anyone with a cell phone can send an anonymous tip to the appropriate Prosper ISD District personnel by texting one of the following keywords* and tip information to 847411 (tip411).
To send an anonymous tip via text message to Prosper High School
text the keyword (PHSTIP) and your tip to 847411.
To send an anonymous tip via text message to Reynolds Middle School
text the keyword (REYTIP) and your tip to 847411.
To send an anonymous tip via text message to Rogers Middle School
text the keyword (ROGTIP) and your tip to 847411.
To send an anonymous tip via text message to Prosper ISD
text the keyword (PISDTIP) and your tip to 847411.
* When texting, please remember to type the keyword in all uppercase letters.
Be sure to save/record your tip ID. You can use the ID to login to view feedback about your tip from the agency/group. Just enter the ID on the tip history page and any feedback about your tip from the group will display. You can then submit additional information to the group using the tip form.
PLEASE NOTE: tip411 is not a substitute for calling the Police Department to report any in-progress incident.
If an immediate response is needed, please dial 9-1-1 in cases of emergency.